Just how much printer can you get for less than $100? The $80 Canon Pixma MG5620 answers that question with strong output quality and speedy print and scan times. This device even comes with a dedicated photo black cartridge that helps it create more accurate dark areas in photos, a premium feature that helps make it the best value-priced all-in-one we've tested.
At 18.0 x 14.6 x 5.9 and 13.6 pounds, the Canon Pixma MG5620 is nearly identical in size but quite a bit heavier than the Epson XP-410 (15.4 x 11.8 x 11 inches, 9 pounds), but thanks to the standard horizontal front-loading paper tray is smaller than the Epson.
The Pixma's front panel features buttons and a 2.5-inch, non-touch LCD screen, which is common in sub-$100 printers. The user interface of the Pixma MG5620 is a little bit confusing, with function buttons under the display sometimes being used for selections and the four-way control switch next to it being used for other functions. During our tests, we sometimes didn't know which button to press, but frequent users will undoubtedly get past this learning curve.